Welcome to the July/August issue of the Corsa Security Insights newsletter with network security insights to accelerate business agility.
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Corsa Security Insights for July/August 2022
Welcome to the latest Corsa Security Insights newsletter where we explore how to ensure your network security accelerates business agility. If you don't normally receive this email and would like to have it delivered to your inbox, sign up here.
In this issue, we explain the five critical components of your network security architecture evolution. We also encourage you to sign-up for our upcoming Palo Alto Networks Fuel User Group webinar on Making Orchestration Intelligent for On-premise VM-Series Virtual Firewalls. And, in our industry views, we look at the different dimensions of network security with Secure Access Secure Edge (SASE).
Five Critical Components of your Network Security Architecture Evolution
Network security architecture must evolve to provide sufficient threat protection. There are five critical components which will enable your business to adapt and be agile as we move forward with changes we can’t foresee today.
In this webinar, you will see the key elements of intelligent orchestration and how it can deliver business agility. We will do a deep dive of a recent deployment and show you how the Corsa Security Orchestrator integrates with Palo Alto Networks VM-Series Virtual Firewalls.
In a recent issue of Pipeline magazine, Renuka Nadkarni looked at the different dimensions of a SASE evolution, including technology, operations, sustainability and cost, in her article Security Where Needed with Cloud-Managed SASE. At Corsa Security, we believe in the power of SASE and totally agree with Nadkarni's perspective that the underlying architecture needs to be equipped for this evolution. In particular, her points on unified control plane, single pane management, and cost savings are very important.